Click on the photo to enlarge it. This arrangement was made at the classroom of California Flower Art Academy during a real lesson of Ikebana arrangement. The arrangement uses two pieces of Kenzan
to hold flowers. The fresh elements used for this arrangement are tulips, lilies, ferns and curly willows. This arrangement is made in the shallow container called Suiban
. The type of arrangement is Moribana
. However the arranging style is not typical traditional Ikebana but a little bit modern and COULD be called a contemporary arrangement. As is often the case, the background of arrangement is not so good. Need improvement when taking photos in the classroom.
California Flower Art Academy
has been teaching Japanese Ikebana and also European arrangement since its foundation back in 1990. The founder of our school has been engaged in Ikebana arrangement since she was in high school in Japan. Therefore she has a long period of experience in Ikebana arrangement. After European floral arrangement was introduced in Japan back in 1980's, she learned European style design as well. As a certified Ikebana instructor and European floral arrangement she has been engaged in teaching floral art for more than 30 years.
If you love flowers and would like to learn either Ikebana or European floral arrangement, we can help. For those who have no experience in floral arranging we recommend under mentioned programs:
A. Japanese floral art:
B. European arrangement:
REMARKS: California Flower Art Academy does not offer Ikebana Arrangement Instructor Course. None of our Ikebana programs/courses are designed for training students to become Ikebana Instructor.
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Here is YouTube video introducing Ikebana International Chapter 42 Exhibit. The source of this video is Charles W. Stutts